Lincluden Collegiate Church – 590nm IR: PT.II | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, fine art, history, infrared, photography, ruins, skies, structures, urban

Those Arches Get Me Every Time…


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IV: Perspective | 1/125th – f8.0 – ISO:100 – 24mm

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V: Fragments | 1/70th – f7.6 – ISO:100 – 50mm

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Lincluden Collegiate Church – 590nm IR: PT.I | 35Chronicle Photography

35mm, 50mm, black & white, history, infrared, photography, ruins, structures, urban

After the Fire.


In April of 2019, I took my old infrared converted X100 to the church and snagged a good few frames of this gorgeous ruin; situated in a spot where ordinarily you wouldn’t think to find it, relentless urban spread has ensured over the decades that the houses will always get built as long as there’s a market for them and of course, it’s a big town so – no problems there. Insosaying, in this quiet corner on a patch of ground of perhaps just an acre or so, the Collegiate Church at Lincluden sits quietly alone, visited by children after school when the weather is favourable, dog-walkers who don’t want to have to stroll too far and, the occasional photographer. (Anybody else is probably contemplating getting up to no good. I jest, of course.) But not long after I first photographed this ruin (see posts 144 & 165 if you are interested in this kind of photography) I had heard that the building had been subjected to some amount of vandalism – including a fire within its walls. I wanted to go back, I honestly did. However, the first frames I made here were captured at a time in my life which, whenever I have looked back to it – hold great significance for me and no small amounts of both melancholy and gratitude; and so, holding the romance of this place firmly inside me, I didn’t return; I guess it was something not entirely dissimilar to watching the football results and being told to “turn down the volume and look away now if you don’t want to know the results”. Eventually though, I made it back, just last week. It was Valentine’s Day, to be exact. Quite fitting now I come to think about it. 

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I: Longer Shadows | 35mm – 1/310th – f7.6 – ISO:100 | 590nm Infrared

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In complete honesty, I did not expect to see it looking as well as this, the heart made a little skip at the sight of it again and whilst the sun played silly games for the forty-five minutes that I was here (doesn’t it always do that when we get our cameras out, like it knows?!) with a little patience I was happy to grab a few more frames between lengthy moments of shade of this stunning old ruin. Do have a look at the older posts linked above if you get time – I see a shift in my techniques which I am really enjoying and, I do hope that you will, too. 

Wishing you all a fabulous week and, thank you again for reading!

VB…

R.
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II: Arches | 50mm – 1/60th – f7.6 – ISO:100 | 590nm Infrared

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III: Framed | 35mm – 1/40th – f7.6 – ISO:100 | 590nm Infrared

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Edinburgh – An Infrared Exploration: IV | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, cityscapes, infrared, photography, structures, urban

Closing Out…


I’m sharing with you now, the last of my IR frames from Edinburgh, taken during the latter part of November last year. I have to confess that street-shooting is something that I do find extremely difficult so I have always tended to focus on more obvious places or structures situated around them, rather than in them, per se – and in Edinburgh, there is certainly no shortage of buildings, places or objects of interest to keep someone like me happy.  During the course of the three days we enjoyed in the city, only our last day there saw the sun come out for any length of time (after the night of Storm Arwen) and so, pretty much all of my final IR edits came on that day, some two or so hours before we were to head home again. Needless to say, I was a bit like a child in a sweetshop, doing my best to take it all in before we left, revisiting a few spots at a slightly faster pace than normal before heading for the train. So, in closing out, here are my last few infrared captures from this wonderful city. I do hope you will enjoy them.

vb…

R. 

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X: Scotland’s “Folly” / National Monument, Calton Hill | 1/125th – f7.6 – ISO:238 – 28mm

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XI:  Moon over Jenners [I] | 1/190th – f7.1 – ISO:200 – 85mm

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XII: From Market Street , Across Waverley Station | 1/125th – f7.5 – ISO:456 – 35mm

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XIII: Moon over Jenners [II] | 1/125th – f7.1 – ISO:336 – 85mm

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2021: A Photographic Review | 35Chronicle Photography

28mm, 35mm, 50mm, autumn / fall, black & white, candid, cityscapes, close-up, fine art, full-spectrum, history, Indoor, infrared, landscape, Long Exposure, nature, people, personal, photography, portraits, review, ruins, rural, skies, spring, structures, summer, trees, urban, waterscape

Doesn’t it Come Around Quickly?


It is hard to believe that it’s this time of year again, the year almost over, the shortest day has passed and, I’m sitting here at my laptop – pondering over my favourite frames from 2021; a year of lockdowns, socially-distanced days out, home-schooling, trip disappointments and yet gratitude in abundance. A new grandchild has graced us, three weddings are in the offing (Bumble & I included!), health is good and I have been busier than ever. This may explain why my posts this year have been a little more frugal than previous years but, I have so enjoyed every opportunity that I have had to get out and make frames. I’ve learned quite a bit too and, changed a few aspects of my shooting and editing routines which, have pleased me greatly, too. In the coming year I hope to move slightly away from IR shooting – or rather, I want to engage further with more visible-light photography and, to also forge my creative aspirations a little more. How that’s going to work out, I have no ide as yet, but we’ll see how it pans out. My reasoning is simple, I am a staunch enemy of stagnation and whilst infrared light is a huge passion, I’ve been allowing myself to indulge so much that I have been experiencing rather more complacency than I would like. It’s again time for a little shift. Does that mean I am disappointed with my work this year? Not exactly. But there’s more – and I need to dig inside for it. I thought I’d be a natural after all these years, but therein lies the message; one can never stop trying to be better. And I need to shoot more.

As I say at the end of every year (because it’s true) – I am so grateful to each and every one of you for reading and visiting my pages. For all of your clicks and comments, your shares, follows, and other contributions you have made to my pages (hard to believe that it’s been almost four years already!) – I am ridiculously grateful because, without you, there’d be no point and my pages would be little more than an online diary. I am also inspired by so many of you, not that I always get or am able to find the time to let you know in person (that seems to be very selfish on my part and I must and will try harder) and often wonder at the amazing amount of talent that exists, often to share for the simple joy of sharing. I am sure that’s why we all do it and I hope that we can all continue to do so, around the many mayhems of life. So, for one last post of ’21, I would like to share my favourite frames of the year, one shot from each month – in the hope that you too will enjoy this little revisit. 

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January 2021 | Flynn: By {Kindle) Fire Light!

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February 2021 | Infrared Rainbow: Sandyhills Beach.

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March 2021 | Metal Bridge on Disused Portpatrick to Dumfries Line, at Parton [720nm Infrared]

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April 2021 | The Caul on the River Nith, Dumfries [720nm Infrared]

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May 2021 | Pinmore Viaduct [720nm Infrared]

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June 2021 | Boomer: Paper, String or Tin-Foil Will Do Just Fine!

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July 2021 | A London Skyline from the Thames [LTFS Full-Spectrum]

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August 2021 | Southerness Lighthouse [720nm Infrared]

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September 2021 | Turret: Penrhyn Castle, N.Wales [720nm Infrared]

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October 2021 | Dunskey Castle, Nr. Portpatrick [720nm Infrared, Long Expo.]

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November 2021 | Abbotsford House, Melrose [720nm Infrared]

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December 2021 | The Fountain, Princes Street Gardens & Edinburgh Castle [720nm Infrared]

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To my family, I am utterly blessed – what more can I say? It’s been a manic yet a wonderful year with a lot of plans either fulfilled or yet to become and, through it all (stop singing, Bumble – I know what you’re doing!) each and every one of you have indulged me as I truly hope I’ve reciprocated. When the world is in the mess it is right now, you are all the one reason I keep to feel the happiness that I do. 

To all of you who read and contribute to my pages (and hopefully enjoy some of my work, too?) – I hope that you have all had a wonderful holiday and, I wish you all the very best for 2022. Thank you so much for sharing and being a part of what I do. 

Warmest wishes to you all…

R.

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Edinburgh – An Infrared Exploration: III | 35Chronicle Photography

autumn / fall, black & white, infrared, photography, structures, urban

Looking Up, Again.


VII | To Calton Hill | 1/125th – f6.1 – ISO:200 – 70mm | 720nm IR

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VIII | From the Steps to Waverley Station | 1/125th – f7.6 – ISO:336 – 28mm | 720nm IR

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IX | Christmas Market-Goers Beneath the Scott Monument, Princes Street | 1/125th – f8.9 – ISO:383 – 24mm | 720nm IR

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[PT.I in this Series…]
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Edinburgh – An Infrared Exploration: II | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, infrared, photography, structures, urban

A Little City Grandeur.


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IV | Ornate: Top of the Scott Monument on Princes Street | 1/125th – f7.7 – ISO:209 – 70mm – 720nm IR.

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V | Nelson Monument, Calton Hill | 1/125th – f7.7 – ISO:383 – 50mm – 720nm IR.

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VI | 10:04 AM – The Balmoral towards Princes Street [from North Bridge] |  1/125th – f7.7 – ISO:640 – 28mm – 720nm IR.

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[PT.I in this Series…]
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London Skylines: PT.III | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, boats, cityscapes, fine art, full-spectrum, photography, skies, structures, urban, waterscape

Silver Linings?


It’s been a little while longer than I prefer, since I last posted and, if you’re visiting again – I thank you! In short, after keeping ourselves busy during the holidays, we have returned to find ourselves rather the worse for wear despite double-vaccinations, social distancing, constant mask-wearing and the collective use of more than likely a half gallon of hand-gel. It seems that the easing of restrictions and the predictable mass complacency that was bound to ensue, has had rather a negative impact on the dreaded lurgy and, after almost two years of this thing – working in close quarters within the health sector, I had to wait to until I had a holiday to succumb to it. To say I’m a bit miffed is an understatement. As I am currently on isolation day four of ten, I find only today that I have any strength to even post, so I hope I can make it worth your time. Whilst I have been able to get busy editing frames from other summer excursions, stringing words together with any coherence has been a distant priority until now. Is it possible to be cheerful and pissed off at the same time? There’s a contrast I don’t consider often.

Speaking of contrast, as a black and white shooter – I look for it everywhere. It’s one of the most important anchors of black and white photography, along with good composition and exposure, texture, light-play and if you’re really good (or just fortunate) some kind of message. In the latter, I lack often – my Achilles Heel, I guess. Nonetheless, I hope you’ll enjoy these few frames from London, where, I have to say – the clouds really played ball! Perhaps slightly over-exposed in #3 but I like it enough to share it with you, too.

I hope that you are all remaining safe and well, and if you’re not, you have my profound acknowledgement and sympathy. Covid sucks. Isolation sucks. Photography Rules!

Every cloud?!

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V | The Dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral (& a Smoke-Break on the Steps) – from an Uber on the Thames | 720nm IR

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VI | Blackfriars Bridge & the Boomerang (One Blackfriars), Southwark – from the Millennium Bridge | LTFS

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VII | The Shard & the Belfast – & Some Naughty Clouds! | LTFS

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– Memento Vivere! – 
R.
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London Skylines: PT.II | 35Chronicle Photography

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Above & Below.


III | OXO [LTFS] – From the Thames.

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IV | Westminster Bridge, Houses of Parliament & Elizabeth Tower in Scaffolding [720nm IR] – From the Eye.

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R.
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Corbelly Hill Convent, Dumfries: PT.III | 720nm IR | 35Chronicle Photography

28mm, 35mm, 50mm, black & white, fine art, full-spectrum, infrared, photography, ruins, structures, urban

One Last Look Around.


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[All frames: Ricoh GXR LTFS Full-Spectrum Conversion & Hoya R72 720nm IR Filter]

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Corbelly Hill Convent, Dumfries: PT.II | 720nm IR | 35Chronicle Photography

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In the Light & the Dark.


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Corbelly Hill Convent, Dumfries: PT.I | 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle Photography

black & white, fine art, full-spectrum, history, infrared, photography, ruins, structures, trees, urban

All Roads Lead to… Roam?!?


Content Warning: This post contains elements of sarcasm, arrogance and common-sense, which some readers may find either offensive, or rib-tickling – depending on your sense of humour!

I may or may not be about to start on a little ‘Rob-rant’; in fact – perhaps I’ll just roll my eyes at this point and take a deep breath instead. Yes, that may be a better thing to do. You see, the one question I get asked a lot when I am out shooting old buildings, ruins, lighthouses, you name ’em – is, “Can I help you?” You may have read my thoughts about this question during one of my posts where I published a few frames of the beautiful lighthouse at Corsewall [PT.I – here] back in December, last year. It grates me every time – and it shouldn’t. 

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I have been meaning to come here to the old convent at Corbelly Hill for around six months. Waiting for a clear day with good sunlight and plenty of time has been the only reason it has taken me so long to get up here, to what is the highest building in Dumfries. Known as St. Benedict’s, and also – Corbelly Hall Convent, it was commissioned in 1881 for the Nuns of the Perpetual Adoration and, was completed in 1884. In its time, it has also been used as a girls’ school, a makeshift Sheriff Court and even a museum. It has lain empty and semi-derelict for a good many years now, though. In 2003, it was used in the filming of Peter Mullan’s film “The Magdalene Sisters” – set in 1964 onwards, about the cruel abuse of women at a convent in Ireland. Though I would dearly have loved to have spent some time shooting inside the buildings, as some have before me – it was not to be. 

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One utterly fabulous thing about Scotland is the right to roam and so, seeing no signage indicating otherwise either, Bumble and I took the walk up the hill from Maxwell Street, enjoying the clearest of views over the town on the way up and, we had a little scout around the outside of this beautiful building with a view to setting up for some fitting frames. The light was just about perfect by midday and it almost took my breath away with the sheer size of this place. As we walked around towards the main entrance, we noticed two police vans, a builder’s van and, a couple of cars. Old vinyl 45s from the 70s were strewn curiously and chaotically across the lawns. A broken window to the left of the main entrance door. Not a person in sight though. We picked up a few of the vinyls and read their labels – each one a 70s chart-hit and not a true dud among them if I’m honest. As we wandered the grounds, I began to capture a few shots. That’s when a short and stocky, builder-chappy – surly of face and postured with intent, walked towards us with his faithful right-hand man… to his left. “Can I help you?” he asked. I smiled gently, trying to not smile my facetious smile at the one question that presents to me every time as a red rag to a proverbial bull. “I’m not sure.” I politely replied. “How much do you know about infrared photography?” This precipitated a stunned silence and a quizzical expression in the gentleman who, once he had remembered why he had asked the question in the first place, told us that there had been a break-in that morning and he was concerned as, he had just acquired the building for himself. “Fair enough, but as you can see – you’re unlikely to get any trouble from us. Would it be okay if we carry on around and get a few more frames before the gates go in?” We were graciously (okay, a little facetious there, I know!) granted the freedom to roam once more; our attire possibly an obvious indication that we were not at all dressed for a raid on this day and were safe to be let loose. Yet, every which way we turned from that moment on, we were followed at a distance of no more than ten paces by the builder-chappy and three others of his crew; every word Bumble and I shared from that moment on, was not private. We contained ourselves to the awe of this place and reigned in our feelings about what had just happened. 

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For around four or five days after I made these frames I was confined to being back at work and so, I literally have only just got around to edits today and, having finished working on this series, I really do have the pleasure of sharing a number of shots with you, which, I sincerely do hope you will enjoy. One more day and I’ll be back in the jug again… so who knows, I may get a few more up tomorrow, too? 

Thank you again for reading and I do hope that you’re getting set for a wonderful weekend. 

R.

This post is thoughtfully dedicated to all owners of derelict land and property who needlessly fear the evil intentions of the middle-classes who walk hand in hand, wielding small cameras.

Fear not – we’re only making pictures!

[All frames: Ricoh GXR LTFS Full-Spectrum Conversion & Hoya R72 720nm IR Filter]

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When Elements Align | PT.II | 35Chronicle Photography

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River Nith – Recomposed | 720nm Infrared.


A parting gift from the Nith, glorified under beautiful IR light; the first three frames from which were shared in my previous post. Playing the angles a little has helped me to see that frame ‘VI’ is for me anyway, rather better composed than frame ‘II’ in PT.I – the lesson has to be: always take a series and never trust the first take! Nonetheless, I do hope that you will also enjoy these captures and, to those who’ve clicked, commented and reposted my last entry – I am more grateful than you can know. As I have always believed, writing or sharing anything here is absolutely worthless without each of you who read and get involved. So, thank you!

From a sunny South West Scotland – wishing you all a very happy Tuesday!

R.

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IV: Devorgilla Bridge Across the Nith | 720nm Infrared.

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V: Buccleuch Street Bridge from Devorgilla Bridge | 720nm Infrared.

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VI: Hunters Gathering [II] | 720nm Infrared.

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When Elements Align | PT.I | 35Chronicle

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River Nith | Back in the ‘Red’.


For the last few years, I have been up and down this stretch of the River Nith more times than I can remember, shooting visible-light monochrome, long-exposure night shots and plenty of infrared frames too – all in the hope of capturing that ‘perfect’ series of frames – shots I’d be so proud to print and hang on the wall; but without labouring the point, I have always felt that I have struggled here. The reasons I keep coming back and having yet another go are purely the attraction and, the challenge. It really is an eye-catching place. With regard to IR capturing however, I don’t think that I have ever come back with the shots that I had always itched for. Despite its obvious charms, it’s really not the easiest place to photograph and requires a lot of care where composition is concerned and though I have been enjoying this caper for well over twenty years, I accept that it’s no great surprise to me that it’s taken me until now to feel satisfied with my efforts.

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I. Along the Caul | River Nith, Dumfries | 720nm Infrared.

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Having a ‘thing’ for beautiful bridges and picturesque skies as I clearly do, makes some decisions on angles and perspective a little bit more intuitive when it comes to where I want the structures to be viewed within their frames but there’s a whole lot more going on around them, which, often has me scratching my head. Learning to ‘see’ within a frame and compose is largely down to preference, but there are certain rules which I do try my best to adhere to – such as subject, light and contrast, texture (and contrasting textures too), proportions, foreground, background, overall feel – and also, my own space and place within it all. On this day, the light was just about perfect and I was inspired to have another go.

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II. Hunters Gathering | River Nith, Dumfries | 720nm Infrared.

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As more and more people are now out and about in their cars, on foot or bikes after the last year of repeated and prolonged C-19 lockdowns, it was fabulous to get out here and see some more life about the place. As the sun beat down, we leisurely walked over the Devorgilla Bridge to the other side of the river and felt like living was starting to happen again which for me is certainly yet another reason to feel inspired. As we crossed the bridge, an opera-fan with very capable speakers punched out a little culture in Gm from  an upper storey window, an unusual backing track to the sound of the streets below and yet, I couldn’t help smiling because of it.

The elements had aligned and, I do hope you’ll enjoy these first few little outcomes.

R.

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III. Buccleuch Street Bridge, Dumfries | 720nm Infrared.

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The Mono-Archives | PT.V | 35Chronicle

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To & From: a Place I Love | A Full-Spectrum Collection.


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I | Cranes – from Calton Hill.

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II | To Arthur’s Seat.

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III | To the Scott Monument from the Royal Mile.

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A Sign of the Times | PT.II – 720nm Infrared | 35Chronicle

black & white, infrared, photography, ruins, skies, spring, structures, trees, urban, waterscape

Un-Visual: A Diary of – the ‘Nobodies’.


All captured on the same gorgeous, warm Saturday afternoon and, I have to wonder – (how quickly) will we find our way back, and, can there be true context without – people?

Indeed; I wonder how this will all play out.

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I | Rosefield Mills [Derelict]

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II | Dock Park

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III | Bandstand

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IV | Devorgilla Bridge

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